Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Review Tour: Omniscience by Janine Frances

Congratulations to tour winner Debbie P. and to host winners The Avid Reader and Fabulous and Brunette.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual REVIEW ONLY Tour for Omniscience by Janine Frances, a 313 page Dystopian thriller available now from Green Gables Publishing. The tour will run every Tuesday for 4 weeks starting on June 28, and the book is available in PDF, mobi and ePub formats.

Janine Frances will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn host. Because this is a review tour, GFP will award a $5 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn host.
A family seek refuge in the Australian outback as tyranny takes hold, but who can they trust?

The world is at war and an authoritarian government has taken control in Australia. A terrorist group known as Day One is attempting to destroy civilisation so humanity can start again.

Shareen Miller gets caught up in a bureaucratic nightmare when she’s detained by an Auto-Enforcer for not having the right travel permit on the way to a job interview. Shareen’s detention sets off a chain of events that lead to her five-year-old twins being taken by the government.

With her husband Daniel, grandmother Alma, and sister Layla, Shareen seizes her children and escapes from the city. On the road, she reveals a secret about her missing mother Veronica that she’s been hiding from her family for five years.

What follows is an intense journey into the harsh Australian outback where nothing is as it seems, and no one can be trusted.

As they fight for survival, Veronica’s family finally learn the truth about why she left them. The stakes couldn’t be higher as the future of humanity hangs in the balance.

June 28: The Avid Reader
June 28: Kit 'N Kabookle
July 12: Gina Rae Mitchell
July 19: Fabulous and Brunette
July 19: The Faerie Review
July 26: The Book Connection (first chapter review)
July 26: Long and Short Reviews